Charlie Chief 1 Interviewer

Chief, Charlie
Littlepoplar, Alphonse
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Canadian Plains Research Centre

Interview of Charlie Chief who discusses the a Grass Dance, Round Dance and Sioux Dance (including songs). Also included are songs. The discusses the difference between old and new ways. Alphonse Littlepoplar is the intterpreter

27 p. transcript of an interview with Charlie Chief 1 conducted by unknown interviewer on July 11, 1974. Tape number IH-029/30, transcript disc 13.
Agriculture -- Farming, Agriculture -- Gardening, Alcohol -- Abuse of, Blackfoot Indians, Ceremonialism -- Clothing, Cermonialism -- Food, Ceremonialism -- Music, Ceremonialism -- Sweetgrass, Ceremonies -- Grass Dance (Cree), Ceremonies -- Round Dance (Cree), Ceremonies -- Shaking tent (Cree), Ceremonies -- Sioux Dance (Cree), Clothing and personal adornment -- Ceremonial, Death -- Spirits of the dead, Disease and illness -- Diet related, Food -- Gardening, Food -- In ceremonials, Horses -- Theft of, Marriage -- Taboos, Medicine and curing practices -- Rituals, Medicine men and women -- Healing by, Metis -- Origins of, Music and musical instruments -- Drum, Religion and Spirituality -- Offerings, Religion and Spirituality -- Offerings, Religion and Spirituality -- Prayer, Religion and Spirituality -- Prayer, Religion and Spirituality -- Vows, Religion and Spirituality -- Vows, Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Cree Indians, role in, Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Frog Lake Massacre, Riel Rebellion (1885) -- Prisoners, Songs and singing -- Ceremonials, Songs and singing -- Social, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Death, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Intertribal warfare, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Medicine men and women, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Spirit intervention, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Unexplained phenomena, Stories and storytelling (General) -- Adoption of animal form, Technological change -- Oil lamps, Transportation -- Oxen, Values -- Loss of, Warfare, Intertribal -- Prisoners, treatment of, Fort Pitt, Saskatchewan, Frog Lake, Saskatchewan, Little Bear